Slugs and snails are a common problem in many gardens, and particularly those with shaded damp areas or with many places for slugs and snail to wait out the day. Some plants are particularly vulnerable to heavy slug and snail damage, with them being killed relatively quicker if there is no intervention.
This page lists some plants (or varieties) which will not be subject to slug or snail damage, or will not suffer from slight damage.
- Geraniums (hairy varieties tend to be avoided)
- Hosta (blue leave varieties with waxy leaves are avoided)
- Pulmonaria (young leaves can be damaged but older leaves grow hairs which are avoided)